- Dr Lee Grieveson
- Dr Stephanie Bird
- Dr Jo Evans
- Professor Julian Graffy
- Professor Stephen Hart
- Professor Susanne Kord
- Dr Roland-Francois Lack
- Dr Jann Matlock
- Dr Melvyn Stokes
- Dr Claire Thomson
- Chris O'Rourke
- Karolina Kendall-Bush
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Dr Roland-Francois Lack
Dr Roland-Francois Lack’s research interests include: the French New Wave and the Swiss New Wave, the work of Jean-Luc Godard; cinema and locale, particularly London, Paris and Geneva (see his website 'the Cine-Tourist': http://www.thecinetourist.net/).
Recent publications include:
‘A bout de souffle: les intertextes d’un plan’, in Jean-Louis Leutrat (ed.), Cinéma et Littérature: le grand jeu, II (Paris: De l'Incidence, 2011)
‘Sex Power: Bernadette Lafont and the Sexual Revolution in French Cinema circa 68’, in Julian Jackson, Anna-Louise Milne and James Williams (eds), Rethinking May 68 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2011).
'Paris nous appartient, Reading Without a Map', Australian Journal of French Studies 47.2 (August 2010):
'The Sign of the Map: Cartographic Reading in Rohmer’s Le Signe du Lion’, Senses of Cinema 54 (2010):
‘The Swiss Hotel Film’, in D.B. Clarke, V.C. Pfannhauser and M.A. Doel (eds), Moving Pictures/Stopping Places (Lanham MD: Lexington Books, 2009).
'First Encounters: French Literature and the Cinematograph’, Film History 20:3 (2008), special issue on Moving Picture Fiction edited by Stephen Bottomore and Richard Koszarski, pp 133-143.
‘London Circa Sixty Six’ (on Antonioni's Blowup the image of London in 1960s’ cinema), in Gail Cunningham and Stephen Barber (eds), London Eyes ( New York: Berghahn, 2007).